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Those who like sightseeing should decide to spend some free time in Białołęka. In order to visit some of the most interesting places in district we recommend cycling. In general, there are more than 26 km of bicycling lanes in Białołęka. The most popular routes are the Royal Track and the path along the crown of the Vistula`s embankment. The former leads to the Zegrzyński reservoir. It runs along groves and fields, and it is possible to meet fishers fishing in the Żerański Channel. The latter is a nearby nature path. Cyclists may also want to visit Choszczówka forest - a quiet place for whole family. More bicycle lanes will be added in the near future.

Białołęka hosts a number of competitions on Żeranski Channel during the summer. For the past several years, the Dragon Boat Regatta has been organized in Białołęka. Water sports lovers can also enjoy canoeing or water skiing in the natural surroundings. It is possible to rent equipment in neighborhood around the Channel. District authorities plan to build a Water Sports Center with water lanes in the future.

Żerański Channel is also popular place for fishing. It is possible to catch bleaks, roachs, chubs, breams and carps. The banks of canal are paved with stones, so it is easy to access the water.

In the summertime, it is also possible to play beach volleyball. In 2009 we dumped tons of sand on the fields of the Białołęcki Sport Center and opened the first indoor beach volleyball facility in the district. Every winter, an ice-rink is created in the outdoor field. Skating is the perfect way to spend a winter's afternoon. The ice rink is open from December through mid-March, if weather permits.

If you are looking for a nice place to barbeque, we recommend the public grill in the Płudy Housing Estate. Next to the grill are tables and benches, where you can enjoy your meal with family or friends.

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